Mallow herbal tea is a panacea in case of cough and sore throat but its properties certainly do not end there. Here’s how it’s prepared.
Mallow herbal tea is a natural remedy for various problems, from those related to respiratory tractsuch as coughs and affections of the throat, to those intestinal. Suffice it to say that the very name of the plant, which we have probably all seen at least once without knowing how to identify it, means emollient. An herbal tea or a mallow decoction are perfect for fighting i cooling symptomsthe constipation eh menstrual cramps as well as some fungal infections.
All these properties are due to the presence of Flavonoids, Mucilage, Anthocyanins, Tannins, Terpenes and Phenols. Among the other properties attributable to mallow is its power antibacterial, antiviral and antifungalas well as those analgesic, antioxidant e anti-inflammatory. Great then, you ran to buy some flowers and dried mallow leaves to prepare your herbal tea: but how?
How to prepare the recipe for herbal tea with mallow
Put in a cup or in the special infuser 2 to 5 g of mallow (leaves and/or flowers).
Bring to boil 200 ml of water and pour it over the dried herbs leaving it to macerate for 10 minutes.
Filter everything and consume, sweetening to taste with the miele.
To reinforce the emollient and anti-inflammatory power of mallow in case of cough and sore throat, we advise you to sweeten it with eucalyptus honey. In this case, ginger tea is also perfect.
Furthermore, once the plant has been identified, you can prepare homemade mallow tea picking flowers and leaves between July and August and putting them to dry. They keep for over a year in an airtight glass jar.
You can consume mallow herbal tea Just done or sip it throughout the day.
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